Informatics Education at School in Europe

28 September 2022Resources

Informatics is still a relatively new discipline in school education, and the name and focus of the related school subjects vary across European countries. The analysis of existing competence and curricular frameworks and the related learning outcomes in school curricula across Europe can contribute to building a shared understanding and comparability.

The Eurydice report contributes to building a shared understanding of informatics education providing a comparative analysis of curricular approaches and learning outcomes in primary and secondary schools across Europe. It also looks into teachers’ qualifications, training opportunities and other support measures.
The report draws on data from legislation and other official steering documents collected by the members of the Eurydice network (i.e. the 27 EU Member States plus Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Norway, Serbia and Turkey).
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